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Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership

AGED 4200: Student Teaching in Agricultural Education

AGED 4200: Student Teaching in Agricultural Education

Course Description
This course is the full-time directed experience in an approved agricultural education department. Students will learn applications of methods and skills in agricultural education as related to selecting, adapting, utilizing, and evaluating curriculum materials and experiences to meet educational goals and facilitate learning for individual students. Students will study professional education groups and the organization and operation of school systems. This course is graded on a pass-fail basis.

Prerequisites
AGED 3101
AGED 3203
EPSY 3213 or 3413
SPED 3202
Junior standing in CASNR
Full admission to the University Teacher Education program
Concurrent enrollment in AGED 4103 and AGED 4113.

Instructor
Jon Ramsey

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